WWII German Militaria, Nazi Relics and Other Items
Tuesday, April 13
P.O. Box 261
Cambridge, MN 55008
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Call or Text: 763-689-1146
Military Warehouse does NOT support or glorify Nazi Germany or Imperial Japan or any such movement or group. War souvenirs like these were brought home by our victorious American G.I.s in 1945.
ORIGINAL PRE-1945 WAR RELICS
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Original Nazi Army EM Belt and Buckle Marked "N&H 1942"
This is a very fine standard Wehrmacht Army issue belt and buckle, with the steel buckle having some of its original combat green paint finish present (mostly on the reverse side). The buckle is maker-marked "N&H 1942". The heavy black leather belt is supple and rates very fine with its sewn-on sizing strap present. The belt is size-stamped "100" and has a name hand-written onto the inside surface. This belt and buckle set is a “WWII veteran bring-back” and was purchased from the family of a U.S. Army veteran who was a WWII U.S. Army paratrooper and Pathfinder with the 509 Parachute Infantry Battalion, Company C. Item #0324-1
Our price...$150 SOLD
Original Nazi Black Wound Badge Marked "93"
This is a stamped steel badge with some of its original black paint finish present. The badge is marked with the maker code "93". Item #0925-33
Our price...$30 SOLD
Original Nazi Regional "Singer's Day" 1939 Badge with Swastika
This is a very fine stamped silver-finished steel badge for the "GAUSÄNGERTAG" in Freiburg in 1939. Missing the mounting pin. This badge measures about 1 7/8" high and features a small swastika. Item #0925-32
Our price...$18 SOLD
Original Nazi Swastika Armband with Sewn Ends
This is an excellent original printed armband featuring machine-stitched edges with the armband ends machine-stitched together. Item #0525-14
Our price...$75 SOLD
Original Nazi Bronze Panzer Assault Badge by "R.S."
This is an extremely fine solid badge with fine detail. This badge has its pin hinge and pin catch, but is missing its mounting pin (mounting pins are often missing from badges that have been "ripped off" of a captured soldier's uniform). The bronze finish has turned to dark grey through natural aging. The badge features the maker's marking "R.S." (Rudolf Souval maker). This Panzer Assault Badge is a “WWII veteran bring-back” purchased from the family of retired Army Master Sergeant James F. Ober (serial number 35417818), who served with the 759th Railway Operating Battalion in the African campaign, Italy, France and Germany from September 1942 to December 1945. Sgt. Ober was wounded during the war by shrapnel while on a train, according to a relative. Item #0411-15
Original Nazi Wehrmacht Tropical Canteen
This is a very fine dark brown impregnated wood canteen with black bakelite screw-on cap, olive-drab web straps and metal snap hook for attaching to utility belt. This canteen has no cup with it. The canteen is marked "D.R.G.M." with "H.R.E. 42" and "D.R.P.angm.". Item #0303-7
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